Invest in Ghana: Africa's Golden Gateway to a safe and stable Investment Destination. Below are some reasons.1. A stable political environment within the West Africa sub region.2. Abundant, adaptable and easily trainable labour force.3. A competitive daily minimum wage rate.4. 100% foreign ownership of companies5. Duty free access of manufactured exports to USA (AGOA) and European Union … Continue reading Invest in Ghana. Find out Why
The financial sector on the Ghana Stock Exchange includes banking and non-banking stocks. There are seven (7) banks on the exchange, six of which operate in the country and one in Gambia, (Trust Bank ltd, TBL). The banks operating in Ghana include CAL Bank (CAL), Ecobank Ghana (EBG), Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB), HFC Bank (HFC), … Continue reading Focusing on the Banking sector of the Ghana Stock Exchange (Part I)
Friday, GSE Market Update;CAL Brokers: Courtesy: CAL BrokersIn the market today, the major indices, the GSE-Composite Index and the GSE-Financial Stock Index, gained some ground following price appreciation in two equities.The GSE-Composite Index closed at 1,046.94 points from 1,041.30 points and the financial stock benchmark closed 6.99 points higher at 910.75 points. The year-to-date return on … Continue reading Fri.18.05.12: Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) Market Update.
Are we really sleeping? Then it is time to wake up.The Middle Class in Ghana, simply don't care. They find means to solve public problems in personal ways and just remain unconcerned, very quiet!! It's a culture problem, people say. Others say Ghanaians just think about their families and not the Public. Scholars blame it on … Continue reading Building the Economy: Middle Class of Ghana Unconcerned